Iodine is an essential element involved in important biological functions, used by many soft corals such as Xenia, species of Gorgonia, crustaceans such as shrimps (Lysmata) and species of sponges etc.
It is also very useful for maintaining macro algae growth in a refugium. Iodine, like other elements, are easily oxidised in our closed systems and often becomes deficient; levels should be maintained at 0.06-mg/l through the use of Oceanlife® Iodine-I liquid additive.
Oceanlife® Iodine-I chelated formulation makes it stable and available for uptake for a longer period of time.
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